Monday, July 08, 2024

Impression Obsession - new products for July

It's time for a new monthly release from Impression Obsession! Haven't seen the new products? They're all HERE - go take a peek!  

I have a couple of stamp sets in this new release, and this new addition to my Winnie the Pooh collection is probably no surprise! This illustration is from one of the sweetest stories, in which Eeyore loses his tail. The stamp set is full of endearing sentiments about recovery and helping in times of need.

Anna has some cute paper packs in this release, nice basics in tiny prints - I matched up a scrap of one of my grunge paint papers with her heart gingham here.

For my second card, I kept a monochromatic color scheme, using one of my grunge paint papers for the background. I've seen quite a few requests for sentiments that reflect single and multiple senders, so this set also has a sentiment that says "We are here to help in any way we can." The banner is from one of Lindsay's new sets - it was a great fit here!

July 8th, 9th, and 10th the Impression Obsession Team will be sharing new projects with the NEW clear stamps, stencils, papers and dies! You can find a list of participants on the Impression Obsession Blog each day through the event. Here are the links to today's projects:

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Laura Fulcher
Laura Williams
Robin Clendenning
Angela Bode
Anna Wight
Dina Kowal
Giovana Smith
Jeanne Streiff

Two lucky customers who place an Impression Obsession order during release week (June 8th - 14th) will be chosen and will have a very special Impression Obsession prize package added to their orders! 

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  1. ooooh, what beautiful cards - the stamps and sentiments are fabulous, and I love the way you have used them here Dina

  2. Such a cute illustration for on the mend. Adorable.